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Don King Presents: Prizefighter

Don King Presents: Prizefighter (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Sports (Boxing)
Developer: Venom Games


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Don King Presents: Prizefighter review

Reviewed June 25, 2008

Louis Bedigian says: "After the initial documentary sequence, players are taken to an office setting where they can read/hear messages (greetings, praise for winning, offers to improve your media image, etc.), play training games, and enter the ring for fame and fortune. Don’t be fooled by the variety – most of these options are a hands-off experience. When given the chance to, say, train with a specialist, you won’t actually get to work with the best of the best. Instead, the game shows your boxer walking away from his usual gym, followed by the image of a newspaper being spun onto the screen. That’s it."
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